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Del Toro is national treasure.
De los tres amigos, Del Toro es mi idolo. Es natural, sabio en su trabajo, divertido, autentico y no pretende nada, el es el. I love this guy.
'Shape of water' was a pretty damn big disappointment here ... Let's look forward to his future works instead.
lots of audiophiles in the comments section, lol
Love his work. As a kid who grew up with the old giant monster movies (this was during the 90's) Pacific Rim hit me like a truck. I know he has more critically praised films, but PR is why I LOVE this man.
Improve the quality! Its 2018 for god sakes. This looks like it was shot on a potato, and the audio sucks.
I genuinely like Guillermo, he seems like a nice guy. I LOVED Pan's Labyrinth - one of my favorite movies. But...I really didn't like the Shape of Water. I really WANTED to like it, but it was incredibly conventional, despite what all the reviews say about it. There are way too many overused movie tropes in this film, so much so that absolutely nothing surprise me, not even the ending. Also, I don't think they put enough work into creating real love and intimacy between Sally Hawkins and the creature - it felt way too contrived for my taste. The overarching themes about loving the Other and fighting against hate were beautiful, but so in your face there was absolutely no nuisance to this movie. Unpopular opinion, I know. I generally like Octavia Spencer, but I have absolutely no idea why she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role...she literally plays the same 2D black-women-with-an-attitude-who-complains-about-her-husband that I am SO sick of seeing in films, particularly as a black women. Michael Shannons character had some good moments, but he's like less than 2D...he's 1D. I am also kinda mad about what I consider all the gratuitous nudity in this movie. I don't generally take issue with sex and nudity, but I feel like it served ABSOLUTELY NO PURPOSE in the context of this film, particularly the bits in the beginning. Just had to get all that off my chest, lol. I will say that Sally Hawkins acted her butt off in this though. I wouldn't be mad if she got an Oscar for it . That is all.
mine too except for the nudity thing. didnt bother me and it doesnt need a purpose to exist.
My thoughts exactly!
(DP does the best interviews.) "The Shape of Water" is "E.T" for adults. EVERYTHING about this movie excels. Del Toro has always been a movie maker who cannot be classified, but his movie is even a stretch for him. It has no business making sense or working at all &, yet, it may be one of the Top 10 movies I've ever seen. I hope it sweeps the Oscars.
Thank you for this video. I learn so much hearing Guillermo Del Toro speak.
He's so cute
Maravilloso. Gracias por compartir..
Guys! You need better intros! With a bit more of motion graphics and better design, I'll be delighted to do yours for free. I love these interviews so much!
This man is gifted beyond words
Someday you'll care about the audio, someday...
I care. Every time. Well over a thousand times.
"And your hair was black or brown." Lol is it that hard to imagine a blonde Mexican child? 😂
Don’t be dense. It’s perfectly reasonable to assume that someone like del Toro, who is from Mexico, will be a real Mexican, not güero, light- skinned, foreign-descended, etc.
Yes. I know several from Puerto Rico with pale skin, blue eyes, & straight hair. It should be relayed to Trump that u can't judge books...
Mexican here. My hair was also blonde as a kid. It's not too uncommon in the region where Del Toro is from (Guadalajara), which is where my family is from. I have cousins with blonde hair and blue eyes, and some with red hair and green eyes. If you dropped them off in Ireland no one would question their presence (until they speak). Canelo (the red head boxer) is also from that city, as well as Gael García Bernal (actor), to name others from there.
Remember that Spanish conquistadors colonized the Aztec/Mayan areas. Spain itself endured many invasions going back to the Roman Empire. And the Empire was overrun by a wide range of genetic pallettes.The resultant blend made many trips to the New World by peoples from Spanish dominated lands. Also keep in mind that Mexico was ruled by a French Emperor & his followers. Also Texans of German & Swedish ancestry in the northern part of what was once part of Mexico but ceded after the Mexican/American war. Forced migration after the war contributed further to the blending. Don't get me started on Peru.
Latitud 150 Sorry, you're right I'm the one who should study English. 😬
i don t understand anything he is saying
He said, "there's paint, and you mix it.. then bring it to life on screen."
I don't understand what he means in the "cards" bits at 15:50. Could someone help me ?
Peter Stellenberg Sounds like he’s talking about index cards
This man is an absolute gift to all of us.
A good sound guy could get rid of that buzz for you... just using audacity.
Guillermo del Toro? More like Danny Devito amirite?
tamicha1 hahaha... no.
19.5 mil for the entire movie and REAL SETS take note studios
Never click so fast on a video.
AMAZING INTERVIEW !!
Master of his craft! Can't stop watching Pans and Crimson Peak. Love his work, and he seem like such a kind intelligent guy too.
But yeah you really have a recurrent problem with sound recording. Record always from two different sources, if one is shitty you still have the second one.
oh fuck thank you for this
I love hellboy 2
Guillermo, put those damn glasses back on. You look weird as fuck without them.
del Toro, sir! you are a phenomenon
Where's Darren Aronofsky with "Mother!"?
He was offered. I said, "yes." They never found the time.
hopefully nowhere, since mother! was trash
Where is Michael Shannon's interview? 😁
This is just wrong, a second video I was looking forward to with absolutely ghastly audio.
It's not that bad ... A little static won't kill you
It's intelligible, chill.